Sunday, June 10, 2001

i fell down and couldn't blog!
until now, that it...

Sunday, February 18, 2001 - Page2 - Mad cows and sick sports
"...The human animal needs a Good Reason to get out of bed on a wretched
morning in February. Nothing is moving out there on the icy streets except
drunk drivers, desperate criminals & people who don't have the imagination
to call in sick for work. Hell, there are plenty of good reasons to wake up
sick this time of year: The flu, Ague Fever, shin splints, Chicken pox,
projectile-vomiting, Rickets -- even Black Hairy Tongue Disease, which is
extremely contagious.
It is not enough to be merely in real pain or suffering from a Nervous
Breakdown. That is not Contagious, and Contagious is what you need. It
has to be something that even the Boss might catch & die from. Mad Cow
Disease is big in the news right now, and people are deathly afraid of it. I
have seen people go rigid with Fear at the sight of a brain damaged cow
with wild eyes staggering crazily around in circles with its legs caving in
and its spine seizing up & its hooves lashing out in the air..."
Hunter S. Thompson dishes out this sort of abuse regularly from

Friday, February 09, 2001

As part of the Blog world syndicate, I bring you
an offer that you can't refuse:
Chat My Ass on IRC channel #0zone!
Live, IRC connected webchat is now available
at the Virtual Republic. take the
Web Tools link.
The #0zone channel is ours! #webchat is also available,
but it's G rated and has a lot of moderators.
The choice is yours! Bloggers go to the #0zone!
(btw the first character is "zero", not "oh").
The web-embedded chat room has a lot of kewl
features - once all the java classes are loaded,
you can "float" it from the web page. You can
also open multiple instances by returning to
the web page. Visit and Join -
You too can be a Virtual Republican!

Thursday, February 08, 2001

We're listed with the New Blogs on the
Bloghop page.
Vote for this Blog, and all the other blogs in
Vote early, and vote often, and punch that ballot
ALL the way through, butterfly!

Wednesday, February 07, 2001

National Security Archive/The Nixon-Presley Meeting

"Of all the requests made each year to the National Archives for
reproductions of photographs and documents, one item has
been requested more than any other. That item, more requested
than the Bill of Rights or even the Constitution of the United
States, is the photograph of Elvis Presley and Richard M. Nixon
shaking hands on the occasion of Presley's visit to the White
On December 21, 1970, Elvis Presley paid a visit to President
Richard M. Nixon at the White House in Washington, D.C. The
meeting was initiated by Presley, who wrote Nixon a six-page
letter requesting a visit with the President and suggesting that
he be made a "Federal Agent-at-Large" in the Bureau of
Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. The events leading up to and
after the meeting are detailed in the documentation and
photographs included here, which include Presley's handwritten
letter, memoranda from Nixon staff and aides, and the
thank-you note from Nixon for the gifts
(including a Colt 45 pistol and family photos)
that Presley brought with him to the Oval Office...."

Tuesday, February 06, 2001

On Ronald Reagan's 90th birthday, (today) NPR featured an old
story that Ron was fond of telling back in his radio days: "It's a
little-known fact that during the war I was sent on a government
mission to contact one of our operatives in a small town just
outside of Dublin. His name was Murphy, and I was to meet him
in the local pub prepared with nothing other than the passphrase:
"It's been a lovely day, but not so lovely as the evening promises
to be". I arrived at the pub, and after waiting for a while asked the
bartender if Murphy might be around. "Well, there's quite a few
Murphys in this town, is it Murphy the Postman you'd like to see,
or Murphy the carpenter? They're both regulars and usually come
in for a pint about now." "No it's niether of them, I said. "Well it's
been a lovely day, but not so lovely as the evening promises to
be" "Ah, he said, so it's Murphy the SPY you were lookin' for.
I'll give him a call and he'll be right down.

Saturday, January 27, 2001

PFAW | Oppose Ashcroft | PFAW New Ad
"...four of the areas in which John Ashcroft
misrepresented or evaded the facts of his
own record in sworn testimony before the
Senate Judiciary Committee..."
Unfortunately, what you have seen is living proof that
homophobia still exists in the USA in the year 2001.